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WRITE/CREATE ABOUT A NEW SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS THAT ALLOWS YOU TO WRITE POETRY, SELL BOOKS/ARTS, PICTURES AND INTERACT WITH OTHERS. DESCRIBE THE IMPACT IT WILL HAVE ON SOCIETY

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

Reflective Introduction of Portfolio

ePortfolio Instructions, Checklist, and Due Dates: First Draft Reflective Introduction, Due: Friday, August 21st Final ePortfolio, Due: Friday, August 28th (last day of class) Assignment: Your ePortfolio will not only show your learning over the quarter through the artifacts of your engagement in assignments, drafting, discussions, critical reading, planning, groupwork, etc., it will also serve as a home for your assessment of all these activities. These moments of reflection of your learning across the time span of the quarter will help you to step away and take a larger view of them, connect the experiences to one another, and consider their collective meaning. This type of self-reflection asks you to become an active participant in your own learning–you are making meaning from somewhat isolated and possibly disjointed learning experiences. The desired outcomes for ePortfolio pedagogy are to connect you to how you work as a learner so that you might reconsider long-held ideas about yourself and the world, be aware of your own and others intellectual growth, and visualize and plan for potential learning obstacles in the future. The reflective elements of your ePortfolio work this quarter will center around the successes and obstacles of engaging with the course material, understanding how you fit into the give and take of group building and action planning, and how you see yourself as a person interacting within your own life and the greater world at this moment in the time of pandemic and protest against status quo violence against people of color and embedded white supremacy. Your ePortfolio should contain the following:   Reflective Introduction Final Annotated Bibliography Final Autobiography/Biography Final Group Prison Coalition Project Reading Assessments Self-Assessments Any additional artifacts that you believe show your work, growth, and investigative journey this quarter, either inside or outside of the class.   The Reflective Introduction is:   1)  A 1000-word minimum (no maximum) piece of writing that tells a cohesive, flowing, thesis driven narrative of your learning this quarter through text and multimodality. 2)  A deep and complex assessment of your research, critical reading, writing, and collaboration over the course of the class. 3)  An unpacking of your relationship to sources, to the issues you investigated, the multiple genres you worked in, and your life right during multiple intersecting 4)  Thoroughly edited, with attention paid to grammar and sentence level clarity.    Guiding Questions and Prompts for Reflective Introduction: You may build onto and deepen your earlier self-assessments as a way into a longer, crafted introduction for your ePortfolio if you want, or develop a structure for the reflective intro that comes from your own organic understanding of your learning this quarter. Here are some other ideas to explore: How has your research journey deepened your understanding of prison abolition or any other social justice issue that you’ve investigated this quarter? What have you learned about yourself as a researcher, your relationship to specific sources, or to information/genre literacy? Assess your relationship to the idea of community. Describe your experience with collaboration this quarter. Did you have any breakthroughs/thoughts about group work, solo work, and/or the experience of isolated pandemic learning this summer? Describe and unpack your experience exploring and inhabiting multiple different genres. What genre pushed you to explore the contextualization of historical context and your place in the world?

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

Creative writting | GET SOLUTION

WRITE/CREATE ABOUT A NEW SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS THAT ALLOWS YOU TO WRITE POETRY, SELL BOOKS/ARTS, PICTURES AND INTERACT WITH OTHERS. DESCRIBE THE IMPACT IT WILL HAVE ON SOCIETY

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

Reflective Introduction of Portfolio | GET SOLUTION

ePortfolio Instructions, Checklist, and Due Dates: First Draft Reflective Introduction, Due: Friday, August 21st Final ePortfolio, Due: Friday, August 28th (last day of class) Assignment: Your ePortfolio will not only show your learning over the quarter through the artifacts of your engagement in assignments, drafting, discussions, critical reading, planning, groupwork, etc., it will also serve as a home for your assessment of all these activities. These moments of reflection of your learning across the time span of the quarter will help you to step away and take a larger view of them, connect the experiences to one another, and consider their collective meaning. This type of self-reflection asks you to become an active participant in your own learning–you are making meaning from somewhat isolated and possibly disjointed learning experiences. The desired outcomes for ePortfolio pedagogy are to connect you to how you work as a learner so that you might reconsider long-held ideas about yourself and the world, be aware of your own and others intellectual growth, and visualize and plan for potential learning obstacles in the future. The reflective elements of your ePortfolio work this quarter will center around the successes and obstacles of engaging with the course material, understanding how you fit into the give and take of group building and action planning, and how you see yourself as a person interacting within your own life and the greater world at this moment in the time of pandemic and protest against status quo violence against people of color and embedded white supremacy. Your ePortfolio should contain the following:   Reflective Introduction Final Annotated Bibliography Final Autobiography/Biography Final Group Prison Coalition Project Reading Assessments Self-Assessments Any additional artifacts that you believe show your work, growth, and investigative journey this quarter, either inside or outside of the class.   The Reflective Introduction is:   1)  A 1000-word minimum (no maximum) piece of writing that tells a cohesive, flowing, thesis driven narrative of your learning this quarter through text and multimodality. 2)  A deep and complex assessment of your research, critical reading, writing, and collaboration over the course of the class. 3)  An unpacking of your relationship to sources, to the issues you investigated, the multiple genres you worked in, and your life right during multiple intersecting 4)  Thoroughly edited, with attention paid to grammar and sentence level clarity.    Guiding Questions and Prompts for Reflective Introduction: You may build onto and deepen your earlier self-assessments as a way into a longer, crafted introduction for your ePortfolio if you want, or develop a structure for the reflective intro that comes from your own organic understanding of your learning this quarter. Here are some other ideas to explore: How has your research journey deepened your understanding of prison abolition or any other social justice issue that you’ve investigated this quarter? What have you learned about yourself as a researcher, your relationship to specific sources, or to information/genre literacy? Assess your relationship to the idea of community. Describe your experience with collaboration this quarter. Did you have any breakthroughs/thoughts about group work, solo work, and/or the experience of isolated pandemic learning this summer? Describe and unpack your experience exploring and inhabiting multiple different genres. What genre pushed you to explore the contextualization of historical context and your place in the world?

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

Rock- Climbing Adventure

I need this paper to be on my rock climbing adventure that I did in Yonah Mountain. Here is an outline that you can follow: Thesis statement  My rock-climbing adventure was my most remembered adventure that I have ever done. Outline I. My adventure started with hiking up the trail for 2 hours to get to the mountain. II. We had to carry all our gear up to the mountain. III. The top of the mountain was the most beautiful view ever. IV. The climb was a lot of work but worth it. V. We hike back down the trail to get to the bottom of the mountain. Conclusion This was adventure I will never forget and was worth all the training I did before I went to rock climb.

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

At Risk Population other than African American

Getting Started DuBois & Miley (2014) define at-risk populations as clients who are “vulnerable to specific problems, although such problems have yet to surface. In other words, identifiable conditions exist that could have a negative impact on social functioning” (p. 65). Categories of at-risk populations you might be familiar with are the unemployed, the chronically ill, and the abused or neglected. We hear about these issues in the daily news. What we don’t hear about is all the work that social work agencies do to prevent problems or at least prevent them from worsening. Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to: Demonstrate critical thinking. Practice reflection and self-regulation to manage personal values and maintain professionalism in practice situations. Resources Textbook: Social Work: An Empowering Profession Instructions Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade. Write a comprehensive six- to eight page paper about an at-risk population that you would like to learn about. You cannot be a member of this population. At the end of your paper, do some self-reflection regarding your personal exposure to this population. You may use first person for that portion of the paper. Follow the American Psychological Association (APA) style of writing. Your References page must include at least five sources from professional journals. Respond to the following prompts in constructing your research paper: Introduce your population by providing statistics and facts. What do we know about this population? How may person-in-environment factors, such as family, location, economics, social trends, resources, or life chances, have an impact on shaping life experiences and contributing to the aforementioned statistical picture? Discuss the ways that the dominant culture surrounding this population may have oppressed, marginalized, or alienated the population or created or enhanced its own privilege and power. Connect oppression and privilege to the issues identified in your research. How have you personally or professionally been exposed to this population? What biases or misinformation do you have about working with this population? Where do these biases come from, and how can you manage them effectively? What do you think you still need to know or would like to know about this population? When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself and submit a copy to your instructor using the Dropbox by the end of the workshop.

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

The Department of Children Youth and Family

You are an adoption social worker with the Department of Children Youth and Family. You are assigned to help finalize an adoption and ask to utilize your critical thinking skills to achieve the competency listed below.   D. Evaluation  D. 1. Evaluate the effectiveness of your practice.  I will use a structured process to evaluate my practice and promote change. I will seek feedback on the challenges I encountered and how I might improve my practice.

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

Rock- Climbing Adventure | GET SOLUTION

I need this paper to be on my rock climbing adventure that I did in Yonah Mountain. Here is an outline that you can follow: Thesis statement  My rock-climbing adventure was my most remembered adventure that I have ever done. Outline I. My adventure started with hiking up the trail for 2 hours to get to the mountain. II. We had to carry all our gear up to the mountain. III. The top of the mountain was the most beautiful view ever. IV. The climb was a lot of work but worth it. V. We hike back down the trail to get to the bottom of the mountain. Conclusion This was adventure I will never forget and was worth all the training I did before I went to rock climb.

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

At Risk Population other than African American | GET SOLUTION

Getting Started DuBois & Miley (2014) define at-risk populations as clients who are “vulnerable to specific problems, although such problems have yet to surface. In other words, identifiable conditions exist that could have a negative impact on social functioning” (p. 65). Categories of at-risk populations you might be familiar with are the unemployed, the chronically ill, and the abused or neglected. We hear about these issues in the daily news. What we don’t hear about is all the work that social work agencies do to prevent problems or at least prevent them from worsening. Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to: Demonstrate critical thinking. Practice reflection and self-regulation to manage personal values and maintain professionalism in practice situations. Resources Textbook: Social Work: An Empowering Profession Instructions Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade. Write a comprehensive six- to eight page paper about an at-risk population that you would like to learn about. You cannot be a member of this population. At the end of your paper, do some self-reflection regarding your personal exposure to this population. You may use first person for that portion of the paper. Follow the American Psychological Association (APA) style of writing. Your References page must include at least five sources from professional journals. Respond to the following prompts in constructing your research paper: Introduce your population by providing statistics and facts. What do we know about this population? How may person-in-environment factors, such as family, location, economics, social trends, resources, or life chances, have an impact on shaping life experiences and contributing to the aforementioned statistical picture? Discuss the ways that the dominant culture surrounding this population may have oppressed, marginalized, or alienated the population or created or enhanced its own privilege and power. Connect oppression and privilege to the issues identified in your research. How have you personally or professionally been exposed to this population? What biases or misinformation do you have about working with this population? Where do these biases come from, and how can you manage them effectively? What do you think you still need to know or would like to know about this population? When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself and submit a copy to your instructor using the Dropbox by the end of the workshop.

Aug 14th, 2021

Creative Writing

The Department of Children Youth and Family | GET SOLUTION

You are an adoption social worker with the Department of Children Youth and Family. You are assigned to help finalize an adoption and ask to utilize your critical thinking skills to achieve the competency listed below.   D. Evaluation  D. 1. Evaluate the effectiveness of your practice.  I will use a structured process to evaluate my practice and promote change. I will seek feedback on the challenges I encountered and how I might improve my practice.

Aug 14th, 2021

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